Bargaining for Competitiveness: law, Research, and Case Studies
- Richard N. Block(Michigan State University)
This book offers an analysis of the relationship among collective bargaining, firm competitiveness, and employment protections and creation in the United States. The contributors provide an overview of the legal framework and the economic and industrial relations research on collective bargaining, competitiveness, and employment, then follow with four case studies that provide insights into the process of collective bargaining and its current status in the evolving U.S. labor-management system.
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|This book is provided by W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research in its series Books from Upjohn Press with number barg and published in 2003.|
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